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    ASIS&T Research in Information Science Award

    Congratulations to Caroline Haythornthwaite, the 2017 recipient of the ASIS&T Research in Information Science Award. The purpose of the award is to recognize an individual or individuals for an outstanding research contribution in the field of information science and is intended to be for achievements that have significant impact in the field. The award is […]
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    ASIS&T Position Statement on Events in Charlottesville

    The Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) is committed to equity, diversity, understanding and inclusion, in the information fields as well as in society at large. ASIS&T condemns any form of discrimination. We hope the people of Charlottesville, and all global communities affected adversely by hate and racism, will stand in protest of these […]
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    2017 Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award Recipient Announced

    SILVER SPRING, MD –  The Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) announces that Dr. Michael Twidale is the recipient of the 2017 Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award. The purpose of this award is to recognize the unique teaching contribution of an individual as a teacher of information science. The award is sponsored by Clarivate […]
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    2017 James M. Cretsos Leadership Award Recipient Announced

    SILVER SPRING, MD –  The Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) announces that Jeremy McLaughlin is the recipient of the 2017 James M. Cretsos Leadership Award. The purpose of this award is to recognize a new member who has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities in professional activities within ASIS&T The James M. Crestos Leadership Award […]
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    ELECTION RESULTS

    The ASIS&T Board Election closed on August 11. The following members were elected: Elaine Toms, President-Elect Emily Knox, Member-At-Large Soo Young Rieh, Member-At-Large Their terms will commence on November 1st. Congratulations!
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    August 2017 JASIST Now Available Online!

    The newest edition of JASIST (August 2017) is now available online for reading by members and subscribers. With 16 research articles ranging from The Effects of Credibility Cues on the Selection of Search Engine Results to News Stories as Evidence for Research? BBC Citations from Articles, Books, and Wikipedia, there’s something for everyone! Also in this issue, a Call for Caution in […]
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    ASIS&T Elections Open Until August 11

    All Regular, Retired, Student and Institutional Members are entitled to vote for At-Large Members and Officers of the ASIS&T Board. Current members of ASIS&T were emailed a ballot on July 7, 2017. If you are a current member and did not receive your ballot, please email the ASIS&T Office. For more information on the election and the […]
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    July 2017 JASIST Now Available Online!

    The newest edition of JASIST (July 2017) is now available online for reading by members and subscribers. With 11 research articles ranging from An Analysis of 14 Million Tweets on Hashtag-Oriented Spamming to “A Greatly Unexplored Area”: Digital Curation and Innovation in Digital Humanities, there’s something for everyone! Also in this issue, an open access research article regarding Attitudes of Referees in […]
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    ASIS&T Announces Keynote Speakers!

    ASIS&T Annual Meeting 2017 News Washington, D.C. (Crystal City, Virginia) October 27 – November 1, 2017 Diversity of engagement: Connecting people and information in the physical and virtual worlds   ASIS&T has confirmed our keynote speakers for our 2017 Annual Meeting (AM17). Dr. Richard Marks, Senior Research Engineer and Head of the PlayStation Magic Lab at […]
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    June/July Bulletin Now Available!

    The June/July issue of the Bulletin is now available for review. This issue has a special section on A New Open Humanities, with articles such as “Using Zombies to Teach Collaborative Scholarship and Born-Digital Publishing” by Jamie A. Thomas  or Four Claims on Research Assessment and Metric Use in the Humanities by Björn Hammarfelt. Review the entire […]
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